Constantly changing priorities which significantly slowed down productivity.
Answered - Senior Developer (Former Employee) - Saint Paul, MN
Working for ditech is a horrible experience
Layoffs are part of the business, but it was always such a big secret. Never saw it coming while having lunch at my desk I was tapped on my shoulder and asked to follow my supervisor once in conference room I see a HR representative and I knew I was being let go.
This is a horrible place. The new book is absolutely clueless.
Answered - Claims Processor (Current Employee) - Houston, TX
The most stressful part pf the job was meeting the departments delinquency objectives
Answered - Director of Collections (Former Employee) - Earth City, MO
The mot stressful part of working with Ditech was having upper management. They would come to the Regional offices and say one thing, but did another. Eventually every Regional office employee was laid off.
Answered - Director of Operations (Former Employee) - Greensboro, NC